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What not to say to someone who had a Miscarriage

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So here’s a list of thing not to say to someone who has had a miscarriage. You Can Always Have Another They don’t want another baby, they want this baby. You might mean well and you might be trying to point them to the future, but right now they want and need to grieve for the baby that they have lost. It suggests a silver lining to a major physical, emotional, and hormonal trauma. It’s not that silver linings don’t exist, but in the heart of the trauma, most women aren’t in a place to process the bright side.

Examples of such statements you should absolutely not say: “At least you know you can get pregnant.”. Four Things You Should NOT Do or Say It can be very tempting to try to ease the parents’ pain or console them with comments such as, “Be grateful for the kids you do have,” or, in the case of miscarriage, “You can try again,” or, “At least you know you can get pregnant.”. What Not to Say to Someone Who Had a Miscarriage. Let me be clear.

When it comes to what TO say to someone who miscarried, the list is SHORT: “I’m sorry” “I love you” “I’m here” “This is not your fault!” Nothing you say can make remove the pain that’s been left upon our hearts. For some women, the grieving period is very short after a miscarriage, and that’s totally OK. However, for others, the grief can last awhile and it can be complicated by several other factors—so. As a general rule, don’t say anything beginning with the words “at least,” such as, “at least it was early on.” Also avoid comments like, “it was nature’s way,” “you can get pregnant,” or “you. Dr Siddharta says: “Gyming, weight training, HIIT, etc are not recommended right after a miscarriage.

If you want to exercise then you can opt for yoga and some breathing techniques. They will also keep you stress free.” Try deep yogic breathing to stay stress free. A couple that experiences a miscarriage goes through a range of emotions, from depression and guilt to anger and grief. Miscarriage is what Dr.

Brier calls a “future symbolic loss,” based on an anticipated, not an actual, event. “There was no direct experience with the person who was lost,” says Dr. Brier. Right after a miscarriage, so many women end up feeling unloveable. Many women who experience a miscarriage feel like they’re broken, or something is fundamentally wrong with them, and/or their.

Pregnancy After Miscarriage. I did end up pregnant a few months after having my miscarriage but I still feared the entire pregnancy that I would lose the baby. I even had a few scares where I had started bleeding and thankfully it was a false alarm.

But I have realized how much having a miscarriage really.

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You can say something like, “There is nothing more painful than what you are feeling right now,” or simply, “I am so sorry for your loss.”

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When I look up at her, she says gently, “I know it’s little consolation for your loss, but I want you to know that the vast majority of miscarriages cannot be prevented.

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“Besides, sir, if I should miscarry,” said he, “and not return at all, then you would be just reduced to the condition you were in before.”

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“I had a miscarriage 2 years ago.”

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When offering support, a simple statement such as “I am truly sorry you lost your baby” is most appropriate.

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  • Awww I’m so sorry. I want to hug you. Almost all the women in my family had miscarriages. I’ve seen the pain and at one point when I was little I said the wrong thing. It’s an extremely hard thing to go through. Let time heal this wound. I’ll keep you in my thoughts and prayers even if you’re not religious.

  • We wanted to share our Happy Mother’s Day post for women who have struggled to conceive or had a loss. Check it out at https://youtu.be/4IowAVxLCIY

  • I had a miscarriage at 22 years old
    2 months pregnant
    And again at 32 years old
    17 weeks pregnant

    The pain is unbearable
    My heart goes out to every woman that has survived losing a baby

  • I have to say this I seen all kind of fat ass women get pregnant shaped like a house and have kids after kids after kids why they so lucky

  • I fell down the stairs fall on my butt at 9 weeks, went to the emergency room 2 days later because I started to have some bleeding, they told me nothing was damaged I got to hear my babies heart, but something isn’t right i keep bleeding and it’s brown and not just spotting it’s more like a non stop spotting for 2 days. I’m very scared not sure what to do now.

  • Can genetic causes in men cause miscarriages? For example I am homozygous for MTHFR mutation and and heterozygous for factor v leiden which causes blood clots. I also have type 2 diabetes that is not exactly controlled a lot of the time with A1C being a little over 7.0. I was also born with minor cerebral palsy secondary to the cytomegalovirus. Can all of these disorders be contributors to miscarriage on the Male side? I’ve heard too much about what’s wrong with the female side causing miscarriages, but nothing is ever discussed about the Male side being the culprit for miscarriages!

  • I’ve had 2 miscarriages. One was a blighted ovum and I miscarried at 3 months and my other I was 7+3 weeks When I miscarried and it was hard. You feel like you’ve failed as a woman and mother and it’s the worst feeling in the world.

  • So me stressing didn’t make me loose my baby. And my husband and me feel like ot was my fault. I’m so done with my life. I hate living

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  • My least favorite “everything happens for a reaso.” Nope, not everything! I lost two babies in a row last year at 7 and 9 weeks. It broke me.

    My rainbow baby girl is 3 weeks old today. Don’t give up!

  • At least Grace is in a better place now and she will be your future Kids garden Angle and she will protect you to and at least your dad’s not dead like my dad can even see me go to collage or get married or have kids or go to middle school you don’t know how sad that is because I have been knowing my dad for 4 year’s that might not be a lot to you but those memoirs are still stuck in my brain but I don’t want to get them even when it hurts inside and I see his face and I cry like crazy when people say ooh my dad and I are going to go to a football game and I’m like ok yeah that’s cool and I know I’m daddy’s princess and I’m his only girl and I’m his little girl I’m trying to cry right it’s hard not to do you ever feel this way

  • And 3 co workers were pregnant with me and due the same time as me, so i had to be excited for them through their pregnancies while dealing with loss…

  • had 1baby, lost 1 and waiting for rainbow. I consider myself a mum of two even though i lost 1 bcoz i know the baby is waiting for me at heavens gates. ���� this has been the thing getting me through,..just acknowledging that the baby is a person and ‘it’-what i went through matters…

  • My mom had two miscarriages before my sister and me. She felt she couldn’t have children. She stayed by my sisters bed all night to make sure she was breathing.

  • I just had miscarriage 3weeks ago my baby was 12weeks. Ladies we didn’t do anything wrong remember we didn’t abort them but we wanted them. So let stay positive and keep trusting God He is good all the time. ������Sending Love to all the mothers

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  • I just lost my twins at 11 weeks and 4 days I’m currently going through the process I did everything I could I took vitamins I made sure I ate healthy kept stress low and I lost them at 21 I’m still taking the vitamins and have started to work back out I want to try again when my body is back to normal.. they say it’s nothing you did wrong but I still feel like it’s my fault and I want to try to do everything I can to prevent it from happening again but Ik I can only do so much. Good luck to everyone

  • I had my first miscarriage on Monday I am 26 we have a three year old.. I’m scared to miscarry again we just want another baby ��

  • I am so sorry for your loss! And thank you so much for doing this. People should learn how to comfort people in this situation. I am also in this situation right now and I just chose to grieving on YouTube with those who experience the same Pain because there is no one who understand what I am going through but you guys did and thank you so much. May God help us all in this difficult time. For those of you who are a believer I hope this will confort you>>>>>
    1Peter 5:10 And after you have undergone pain for a little time, the God of all grace who has given you a part in his eternal glory through Christ Jesus, will himself give you strength and support, and make you complete in every good thing;

  • Thanks so much for making this video! This is a topic we need to have more open dialogue about and not treat it like a taboo or something kept hidden like it is in certain cultures. We need to keep the conversation going and have it out there. and be more sensitive in case someone is going through this, especially when it is so common. You are a brave person and i’m sure a much stronger person than most to be able to go through this. I am so sorry for your loss I really wish I could take your pain away. I wish you happiness and peaceful healing for the future for you and your hubby❤️

  • I was told “you should feel relieved, one less mouth to feed” and “you already have 3 that you cant afford” or I just got ignored about it. Worst experience of my life…

  • You have a big heart Kim.
    I am sending you by love in the name of Christ and I wish you well, to your husband too. This is just the start my dear and you are doing a good job facing all these hardship with courage and positivity. Faith in God will also help you go a long way. Be strong dear.

  • I would say its probably the ignorance of never experiencing a miscarriage. I’m so sorry that happened I experienced 1 too mama. The pain is so hard. And watching my toddler was harder… And even after you have a live birth in the back of your mind us mamas will ALWAYS wonder the what ifs